We all know him for his iconic role as Thor in the Marvel movies but to many health buffs, Chris Hemsworth is much more than that – he’s the ultimate fitspiration!
The Australian actor often posts photos and videos of his workout sessions on Instagram and, as evidenced by the comments, his followers are indeed taking inspiration from him. The guy trains really hard, especially if he’s preparing for an upcoming film.
Recently, Hemsworth posted this clip online and we all get another glimpse on how intense his workouts are.
Not too long after that, comedian Jack Black likewise posted a video on his Instagram recreating Hemsworth’s exact routine, move after move, albeit with far less intimidating gym tools.
Black went as far as copying Hemsworth’s caption, only adding a question at the last part.
“Mixing it up. Get creative. Keep moving. Variety is key! Who did it better?”
As anyone can easily imagine, the results were pretty hilarious – especially after he quipped “that’s how we do it” at the very end.
Watch Jack Black’s video here:
Not surprisingly, the funny video immediately went viral online as it received millions of views in just a short span of time.
What’s even funnier is that the viral post later reached Hemsworth himself, who took the time to share it as well and wrote “the student has become the master.”
Black is currently busy filming the sequel to Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle. Some of his past movies include School of Rock, Nacho Libre, Gulliver’s Travels, Tropic Thunder, and Kung Fu Panda, among many others.
Despite his colorful filmography, Black admits he still has a dream role – to be a Batman villain.
In an interview with ET Canada, the actor said:
“Is there talk of me as the Penguin? Are we starting it? Uh, yeah, that would be a role, that would be fun.
“I mean, I hate to put myself out there and say that because then when I don’t get that part, it was, ‘Oh, Jack tried to get the thing.’ I didn’t try anything! I’m just saying maybe that would be good.”
It would be terrific if this guy gets his wish!
‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Just Broke Digital Download Records of ‘Avengers: Infinity War’
Queen just made Thanos bite the dust!
Move over, Thanos! It looks like Freddie Mercury just snapped you out of the charts - and made you bite the dust.
According to the Official Charts Company, Bohemian Rhapsody has just broken the record previously held by Avengers: Infinity War as the fastest-selling digital download movie ever in the United Kingdom.
Jason Momoa Reacts To Girl Scout Using His Shirtless Image To Sell Cookies
“I love Girl Scout cookies!”
A little marketing genius has finally caught the attention of Jason Momoa. The Aquaman star has finally addressed a Girl Scout's recent use of his shirtless image to sell cookies and he's definitely loving it.
Charlotte Holmberg of Highlands Ranch, Colorado recently made headlines for putting Jason Momoa on special boxes of Girl Scout cookies. The Girl Scout Cookie CEO had rebranded the Samoas (or Caramel Delights) into "Momoas" and reportedly sold several boxes right away. Needless to say, Momoa himself was clearly impressed.
Charlotte said moms "needed" to get their hands on these Girl Scout cookies.
‘Captain America’ Star Chris Evans Proves Chivalry Exists At Oscars, Wins The Internet
A true gentleman and the only true Captain America!
Chris Evans has already captured the hearts of millions with his portrayal of Steve Rogers in the Marvel Cinematic Universe films. However, the real Captain America has proven once again that he is an all-around good guy. Evans attended the 91st Academy Awards and proved to the world that chivalry is not dead.
The Avengers: Endgame star was at the Oscars to present the Achievement in Production Design award. However, this wasn't the reason why Chris Evans turned heads at the event. When Regina King was announced as the Best Supporting Actress, the If Beale Street Could Talk star had some trouble with the skirt of her gown. Evans immediately swooped in, offered an arm, and escorted King up the stairs.
Watch Chris Evans act like a true gentleman at the Oscars.